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Optic Nerve Atrophy (OS) caused by Craniocerebral Injury (Colour Image, 30°-w-w-Perimetry, OCT, MRI)

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Optic Nerve Atrophy (OS) caused by frontobasal cerebral lesions after a craniocerebral injury: 58 years of age, female, 2010 downfall from a bridge with a craniocerebral injury, now significant impairment of vision of left eye. VA cc RA 1.0, LA 0.1. IOP 14/16 mmHg

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